As has been the case for a while now with each episode of The Last Door, this seventh – titled The Reunion – will also be preceded by a beta release. What this means is that, first and foremost, this spine-chilling story is rapidly approaching continuation, but at the same time, there are also potential bugs to squash, typos to fix, and so on.
Now, for those not familiar with The Last Door, it’s an uncanny and rather creepy tale of horror and suspense, which takes place in Victorian England, as the protagonist – Jeremiah Devitt – suddenly receives a mysterious letter from a childhood friend. Needless to say, the events that follow are not for the faint of heart, but they do make for an interesting adventure, complete with spine-chilling music and pixellated visuals. Oh and puzzles, because, genre stable, ya know?
After the unsettling events of the previous episode, a single memory has driven [spoiler] to obsession: a strange word pronounced in the dark. It was the name of an ancient place in [spoiler]…
Ain’t just about helping the developer apply polish prior to release either, because as they put it in this post, “entire areas or characters could be cut or added during this process, and all will be done according to your feedback”. Oh and there’ll be no major spoilers in the beta, opening and ending cut, among other things. Last but not least, testers just might get to – literally – leave their mark on the episode, adding their own description to an item. Groovy.
To access this chapter, including the beta, a donation of €4 ($4.30) is required. Alternatively, you could spend €10 ($10.83) and grab the entire second season, although if you’re new to the series, be sure to grab and play through season one first (€5 / $5.40). Either way, no better than the present to get scared out of your mind as you point ‘n click the night away, potentially helping The Game Kitchen squash a few bugs, in… The Last Door: The Reunion!